Speaker - Jensen® MOD®, 6", MOD6-15, 15W

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Speaker - Jensen® MOD®, 6", MOD6-15, 15W

$31.95 In Stock The Mod 6-15 is a 6" ferrite speaker with 15 watts of power. It is a good upgrade for small practice amps. The MOD® Speakers lineup is a collaborative effort with MOD® Electronics that provides musicians with a classic sounding speaker voicing that doesn't shy away from new technologies and modern advancements. Unbound from the restraints of producing an authentic reissue, Jensen® and MOD® have developed a new series of speakers that carefully blends the clarity of the vintage Americans with the forward, driving tone of their vintage British counterparts. The result is an extremely versatile sound that sits well in any mix, be it classic rock, blues, jazz, or contemporary genres. Guitarist Description: A good upgrade for small practice amps. For more information about our Jensen® speakers, see our tech corner article on Jensen Speakers. SKU: P-A-MOD6-15 Item ID: 001964 Brand: JensenJensen Mods Magnet Type: Ohms: Size: Watts: RoHS Compliant Part Numbers ImpedanceOur Part NumberUPC/EAN 4 ΩP-A-MOD6-15-48034028640025 8 ΩP-A-MOD6-15-88034028642463  Basket Material Pressed Sheet Steel Cone Material Paper Depth 2.45 in. Diameter 6 in. Diaphragm Area (SD) 122.70 cm2 Dust Dome Material Solid Paper Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 11.70 liters 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 9.90 liters Flux Density 1.10 T Force Factor (BxL) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 2.68 Wb/m 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 4.19 Wb/m Inner Diameter 5.59 in. Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX) 0.50 mm Losses Electrical Resistance (RES) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 18.00 Ω 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 39.00 Ω Magnet Assembly Depth 0.71 in. Magnet Assembly Diameter 2.83 in. Magnet Type Ferrite Mechanical Compliance (CMS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 552.00 µm/N 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 465.00 µm/N Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 5.50 g 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 6.70 g Mechanical Q Factor (QMS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 8.06 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 8.44 Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter 6.1 in. Mounting Hole Diameter 0.2 in. Musical Power 30.00 W Nominal Overall Diameter 165.00 mm Nominal Voice Coil Diameter 20.00 mm Outer Diameter 6.53 in. Rated Power 15.00 W Reference Efficiency (nO) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 0.61 % 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 0.48 % Resonance Frequency (ƒS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 91.00 Hz 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 89.90 Hz Sensitivity @ 1W, 1m 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 90.90 dB 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 89.90 dB Surround Material Foam Total Q Factor (QTS) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 1.19 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 1.23 Voice Coil DC Resistance (Re) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 3.00 Ω 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 6.64 Ω Voice Coil Diameter 0.75 in. Voice Coil Former Epotex Voice Coil Inductance @ 1 kHZ (LE) 4 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-4 0.16 mH 8 Ω version P-A-MOD6-15-8 0.43 mH Voice Coil Winding Type Copper  Packaging Dimensions 7 in. × 7 in. × 4.5 in. Weight (Packaging) 1.55 lbs.  P-A-MOD6-15-4 - 4 Ω version Basket Material Pressed Sheet Steel Cone Material Paper Depth 2.45 in. Diameter 6 in. Diaphragm Area (SD) 122.70 cm2 Dust Dome Material Solid Paper Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS) 11.70 liters Flux Density 1.10 T Force Factor (BxL) 2.68 Wb/m Inner Diameter 5.59 in. Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX) 0.50 mm Losses Electrical Resistance (RES) 18.00 Ω Magnet Assembly Depth 0.71 in. Magnet Assembly Diameter 2.83 in. Magnet Type Ferrite Mechanical Compliance (CMS) 552.00 µm/N Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS) 5.50 g Mechanical Q Factor (QMS) 8.06 Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter 6.1 in. Mounting Hole Diameter 0.2 in. Musical Power 30.00 W Nominal Overall Diameter 165.00 mm Nominal Voice Coil Diameter 20.00 mm Outer Diameter 6.53 in. Rated Power 15.00 W Reference Efficiency (nO) 0.61 % Resonance Frequency (ƒS) 91.00 Hz Sensitivity @ 1W, 1m 90.90 dB Surround Material Foam Total Q Factor (QTS) 1.19 Voice Coil DC Resistance (Re) 3.00 Ω Voice Coil Diameter 0.75 in. Voice Coil Former Epotex Voice Coil Inductance @ 1 kHZ (LE) 0.16 mH Voice Coil Winding Type Copper P-A-MOD6-15-8 - 8 Ω version Basket Material Pressed Sheet Steel Cone Material Paper Depth 2.45 in. Diameter 6 in. Diaphragm Area (SD) 122.70 cm2 Dust Dome Material Solid Paper Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS) 9.90 liters Flux Density 1.10 T Force Factor (BxL) 4.19 Wb/m Inner Diameter 5.59 in. Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX) 0.50 mm Losses Electrical Resistance (RES) 39.00 Ω Magnet Assembly Depth 0.71 in. Magnet Assembly Diameter 2.83 in. Magnet Type Ferrite Mechanical Compliance (CMS) 465.00 µm/N Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS) 6.70 g Mechanical Q Factor (QMS) 8.44 Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter 6.1 in. Mounting Hole Diameter 0.2 in. Musical Power 30.00 W Nominal Overall Diameter 165.00 mm Nominal Voice Coil Diameter 20.00 mm Outer Diameter 6.53 in. Rated Power 15.00 W Reference Efficiency (nO) 0.48 % Resonance Frequency (ƒS) 89.90 Hz Sensitivity @ 1W, 1m 89.90 dB Surround Material Foam Total Q Factor (QTS) 1.23 Voice Coil DC Resistance (Re) 6.64 Ω Voice Coil Diameter 0.75 in. Voice Coil Former Epotex Voice Coil Inductance @ 1 kHZ (LE) 0.43 mH Voice Coil Winding Type Copper  Specification Sheet All Models Blues Sound Sample All Models Clean Sound Sample All Models Country Sound Sample All Models Jazz Sound Sample All Models Metal Sound Sample All Models Overdriven Sound Sample All Models Rock Sound Sample All Models Terminal Dimensions All Models My Project Lists You must be logged in to add items to a project list. Specifications, Files, and Documents Sound Samples: Specification Sheet 174.3 KB Terminal Dimensions 21.21 KB Questions and Answers Click each question to see its answers. Asked by Anonymous on October 13th, 2016. October 13th, 2016 The speaker has a diameter of 165.8mm and a depth of 54mm. I would measure your current amp to see if this speaker will fit. Asked by Anonymous on November 9th, 2016. November 9th, 2016 Hi, this is just for one speaker. Asked by Anonymous on January 17th, 2017. January 18th, 2017 Since the Champ 600 takes a 4ohm load, we would not recommend using an 8ohm speaker. Asked by Anonymous on April 26th, 2017. April 27th, 2017 This speaker is not designed to handle the low frequencies of a bass and we do not recommend it in a bass amp. Asked by Anonymous on June 9th, 2017. June 9th, 2017 This speaker is 165mm or 6.5" wide from one edge of the basket to the other. The actual cone is 6" in diameter. Asked by Anonymous on May 7th, 2020. May 7th, 2020 Staff Member We do not recommend running a 25 watt amp through a 15 watt speaker, doing so may result in serious damage to the speaker. Asked by Anonymous on April 16th, 2022. April 18th, 2022 Staff Member As long as the impedance and wattage requirements are met, yes, these can be used in an acoustic guitar amp. These are primarily intended for electric guitars, so we are unable to guarantee the sound will be ideal. Product Reviews 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 reviews - July 15th, 2021 5 out of 5 I put this into a reeeaaallly cheap Squire 10watt amp. Much better than the stock speaker and it was a direct fit. Good set up when you live in an apartment. - April 30th, 2021 5 out of 5 I picked up two of these to put in a used Roland Cube Street that I bought for busking. There was nothing "wrong" with the original Roland speakers, but I was looking for any kind of sonic upgrade I could get. I'd originally tried a couple of Eminence 620H speakers I had on hand and they did sound a bit better, but I was hesitant to drop$100+ worth of hemp cone speakers into a used 2.5 watt per channel amp. I'll save the Eminence speakers for a better use. So I ordered a pair of the Jensen MOD 6-15 speakers at 4 ohms. They dropped right in, no problem. I do think they sound better and two of them cost less than one of the Eminence. That's not a knock on the Eminence 620H; it's a great speaker, if a bit pricey. I like these Jensen MODS in the Cube Street. Of course I don't have any hard technical data, no measurements, but to my ears the sound is smoother, perhaps a bit louder and fuller. They sound a bit less strident than the original Roland speakers. There might be a bit more low end with the Jensen MODS, but I'm thinking that's basically restricted by the voicing of the Roland Cube Street itself. Again, I don't have any measurements, haven't seen a schematic, but I think the Cube Street is a bit bass shy and probably for design reasons. It just makes sense to voice it to use batteries, a 2.5 watt amp and 6.5" speakers. Less low end requires less power, batteries last longer. Then again, my opinion. Bottom line, I think the speaker upgrade to my Cube Street was worth the money, sounds better to my ears. I played backing tracks and my humbucker, hollow body jazz box through the amp and the speakers held up to those Flatwound 12 strings, nice and full. Yea, I'm happy.

- December 22nd, 2020
5 out of 5

It sounds amazing in my orange amp

- December 29th, 2018
5 out of 5

Put this in one of my two identical Fender Champion 600s and A/B'd them against each other. At first, the difference was marginal. But... After using my looper to play guitar through the speaker at high volume for eight or more hours, the difference was palpable.
The lows are much tighter and less flabby, and the high notes or more distinct and clear.
Great improvement over stock!

- May 30th, 2011
5 out of 5

Used the Mod 6-15 speaker to replace the factory speaker in my Fender Champ 600. What a huge improvement. I would also suggest changing the factory grill cloth when you change the speaker for an even greater sound improvement.

- September 14th, 2010
5 out of 5

Same here. I bought the Mod6-15 Jensen to replace the crappy speaker that comes with the Fender 600 champion. Great improvement. The shipping was also very fast. I will purchase here again.